AnesthesiaHub provides a centralized entry point for exploring anesthesia resources on the web. In addition to a comprehensive list of educational websites, there are links to anesthesiology texts, societies, journals and blogs. Study material, SDN forum discussions, and tips for the written and oral board exams complement the searchable database of publicly released American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) exam questions. The clinical tools section provides rapid access to clinically relevant algorithms, drug doses, and calculators.
With the ever-growing desire to increase the global quality of medicine and health care delivery, theBolus.org serves as a level-appropriate evidence-based free resource for health profession students who are motivated in pursuing a higher degree of excellence in their medical education. The mission of theBolus.org is to promote excellence in the science and art of medicine through self-education, self-expression, and political action. theBolus.org is a for-students, by-students medical journal.
Figure1 is a website and mobile app used by thousands of health care professionals to share and discuss medical images in a privacy-conscious way. These images allow users to broaden their medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases, searching for images based on anatomy and specialty, and discussing presentation, diagnosis and treatment with others in real time.
GlobalRPh.com Provides drug information, intravenous drug dilution standards, online clinical dosing calculators and other tools for health care professionals.
GoodTherapy.org is an organization of thousands of mental health clinicians with a dedication for excellent service in mental health care. GoodTherapy.org is a leading online authority in the field of mental health and helps thousands of people find therapists. In addition, GoodTherapy.org maintains strict membership requirements, provides educational articles, continuing education for therapist members, a comprehensive PsychPedia of psychology terms, and much more.
iMedicalApps is the leading online publication for medical professionals on mobile medical technology and health care apps. Our Physician editors lead a team of physicians and medical students in providing reviews, research, and commentary of mobile medical technology. iMA has been featured in Wired Magazine, the New York Times, has been recognized by the Cochrane Collaborative as an evidence based Web 2.0 site, and been featured in many other news publications. They also co-host the Tech Forum here on SDN.
MatchApplicants.com is a free resource intended for current medical students to search profiles of previous residency applicants.
MDApplicants.com is a collaborative site created by the online community to serve as a guide to prospective premedical students and contains applicant profiles broken down into non-interviewed, interviewed, and accepted pools for medical schools in the U.S. and Canada.
MD Lingo is devoted to making the latest medical research understandable and accessible for all. Working with motivated medical students and physicians from around the country, we take the latest research studies and effectively “translate” them into everyday English.
MedCrunch is an online magazine covering health, medicine, entrepreneurship, and technology all centered around new trends and the challenges of being a physician. Content is intellectual insightful and long-lasting, pushing critical boundaries around the questions of success amongst medical professionals, personal happiness, and patients’ health. Based in Vienna, MedCrunch has readers around the globe.
The pain medicine web site, including news, articles and fellowship information.
Pharmacy Podcast is dedicated to featuring pharmacists in all patient care settings and is centered upon the business of pharmacy operation. Pharmacy Podcast has a special segment that features Doctor of Pharmacy students who have completed the classroom portion of their education. This feature, “Pharmacy Future Leaders” allows students to discuss their hopes, interests, and aspirations in the pharmacy industry. PharmD students currently completing their APPE rotations are encouraged to contact the show and submit their information for consideration for an interview and feature.
A site for prepharmacy students to search members based on a range of criteria to see how various students stood up against specific pharmacy schools.
PREMED.me is a free service that helps students achieve their dreams of being accepted to medical school. Members can use the site to develop and capture details for their applications, plan their MCAT study schedule, and select the medical schools they want to target.
Provides summaries and analysis of the most important and interesting articles in pulmonary and critical care from more than 30 top journals as they’re published. PulmCCM Central also offers a library of free board review questions in pulmonary & critical care, and a weekly email newsletter with the latest published research.
A student developed and supported site containing clinical cases, quizzes and questions similar to those asked on wards.
Radio Rounds is the first and only radio show in the nation produced entirely by medical students. Every Sunday at 12 p.m. EST, students from the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine interview a variety of physicians and healthcare leaders about their experiences in medicine. Listen to Radio Rounds for everything from advice on choosing a specialty to personal stories that highlight the humanistic aspects of medicine.
ResidentSwap lists currently vacant residency spots and anonymously listed spots currently filled by residents interested in swapping location or specialty.
RotatingRoom.com is a sublet website used by dozens of medical schools and hospitals around the country; automatically searches for sublets from neighboring institutions!
SmartMedTravel.com is the most comprehensive site for professional school interview travel. It is an all-in-one resource for viewing the full gambit of budget and lesser known travel options that you won’t find on mainstream travel sites. Best of all, it’s free to use.
The White Coat Investor
The White Coat Investor is a blog and website dedicated to helping students, residents, physicians, and similar professionals get a “fair shake” on Wall Street. They provide unbiased information and resources about personal finance, investing, retirement, taxes, financial advisors, student loan management, disability insurance and other financial topics. They also co-host the Finance and Investing Forum here on SDN.